Synonyms for passe

Grammar : Adj
Spell : pahs
Phonetic Transcription : pɑs

Top 10 synonyms for passe Other synonyms for the word passe

Définition of passe

Origin :
  • 1775, from French passé (fem. passée) "past, faded," past participle of passer "to pass" (see pass (v.)). Originally of a woman past the period of greatest beauty.
  • adj old-fashioned
Example sentences :
  • What shulde thei do in scholes but passe the daye in chydyng and beatynge?
  • Extract from : « The Education of Children » by Desiderius Erasmus
  • But I could never learne the cause why it should be so called, and therefore I will let it passe.
  • Extract from : « The Survey of London » by John Stow
  • Manie of them for hast were drowned in a riuer which they had to passe.
  • Extract from : « Holinshed Chronicles, Volume I, Complete » by Raphaell Holinshed
  • This pear came from a seed of the Passe Colmar sown by M. Mas in 1850.
  • Extract from : « The Pears of New York » by U. P. Hedrick
  • They will passe for current at a May-pole, and purchase a favour from their May-Marian.
  • Extract from : « Finger-Ring Lore » by William Jones
  • Which being brought in question, they were fownd to have no passe.
  • Extract from : « Diary of Richard Cocks, Volume II » by Richard Cocks
  • They come and look at your bloody plakaard and then passe on.
  • Extract from : « The Journal of a Disappointed Man » by Wilhelm Nero Pilate Barbellion
  • These, the instructions state, are "to passe as by-letters."
  • Extract from : « The History of the Post Office » by Herbert Joyce
  • The sixt containes some notable places by which the Climats passe.
  • Extract from : « A Briefe Introduction to Geography » by William Pemble
  • For I must passe that tyme in doynge my dewty to my howsehold.
  • Extract from : « The Pilgrimage of Pure Devotion » by Desiderius Erasmus

Antonyms for passe

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